BSH Special Interest Groups (SIGs) bring together professionals interested in specific areas of haematology.
The groups organise meetings and seminars to enable discussion, networking and exchange of information and views around relevant and current topics.
They are run by a committee of BSH members on an entirely voluntary basis.
Obstetric Haematology SIG
Obstetric Haematology is an area which does not have the luxury of large numbers of randomised controlled trials and good quality prospective studies, so expert opinion and shared experience is invaluable.
To enhance communication and education, and to raise the profile of this emerging sub-specialty, Dr Sue Pavord and Professor Beverley Hunt established the Obstetric Haematology Group in 2001.
This group provides a supportive network to help clinicians in this high stakes area.
Our members range from:
- Maternal Medicine
- Obstetrician and Haematology Consultants
- Registrars and Trainees
- Midwives and Nurses
Educational meetings are run twice yearly, in Oxford and in London at St Thomas’ Hospital.
The next Obstetric Haematology Special Interest Group Meeting will be held in June. Click here for more details and to register your interest.
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